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1 Correlations to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS): Student Material Subject Subchapter Course Publisher Program Title Chapter 113. Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Social Studies Subchapter A. Elementary Social Studies, Grade 5 Nystrom Education Grade 3 TEXAS Bundle for 2015 Adoption Texas Social Studies/TEKS (5.1) History. The student understands the causes and effects of European colonization in the United States beginning in 1565, the founding of St. Augustine. The Student Is Expected to: (A) explain when, where, and why groups of people explored, colonized, and settled in the United States, including the search for religious freedom and economic gain; and Lesson 28 Revolutionary War Battles, pp Program and Materials* pps Lessons 17, 18 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Revolutionary War, Activity: War in the North: (5.2) History. The student understands how conflict between the American colonies and Great Britain led to American independence. (B) describe the accomplishments of significant individuals during the colonial period, including William Bradford, Anne Hutchinson, William Penn, John Smith, John Wise, and Roger Williams. (A) identify and analyze the causes and effects of events prior to and during the American Revolution, including the French and Indian War and the Boston Tea Party; StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Thirteen Colonies, Activity A: Establishing Colonies: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Thirteen Colonies, Activity B: Religion in the Colonies: Our Country's History Teacher's Guide: Lesson 25 Introducing A New Nation, pp ; Lesson 26 Revolutionary Protests, pp ; Lesson 27 Declaring Independence, pp ; Lesson 28 Revolutionary War Battles, pp pps Lessons 16, 17 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Revolutionary War, Activity A: War in the North:

2 (5.3) History. The student understands the events that led from the Articles of Confederation to the creation of the U.S. Constitution and the government it established. (5.4) History. The student understands political, economic, and social changes that occurred in the United States during the 19th century. (B) identify the Founding Fathers and Patriot heroes, including John Adams, Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Nathan Hale, Thomas Jefferson, the Sons of Liberty, and George Washington, and their motivations and contributions during the revolutionary period; and (C) summarize the results of the American Revolution, including the establishment of the United States and the development of the U.S. military. (A) identify the issues that led to the creation of the U.S. Constitution, including the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation; and (B) identify the contributions of individuals, including James Madison, and others such as George Mason, Charles Pinckney, and Roger Sherman who helped create the U.S. Constitution. (A) describe the causes and effects of the War of 1812; Lesson 28 Revolutionary War Battles, pp pps Lessons 17, 18 Literacy Library: George vs. George United States History Series (also at StrataLogica.com): Revolutionary War, Activity: War in the North Lesson 28 Revolutionary War Battles, pp pps Lessons 17, 18 United States History Series (also at StrataLogica.com): Revolutionary War, Activity: War in the North page 37 Lesson 18 page 37 Lesson 18 Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trips: The War of 1812: Entire Lesson: Intelecom Video: The Unfinished Nation: The War of 1812: Entire Lesson:

3 (B) identify and explain how changes resulting from the Industrial Revolution led to conflict among sections of the United States; Lesson 35: Life in a Mill Town, pp pps Lesson 20 (C) identify reasons people moved west; Lesson 29: The New Frontier, pp ; Lesson 30: Life in the Northwest Territory, pp ; Lesson 34: Lewis and Clark Expedition, pp ; Lesson 36: The Erie Canal, pp ; Lesson 38 California Gold Rush, pp pps Lessons 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Trails West: Activity C: Seeking a Better Life (D) identify significant events and concepts associated with U.S. territorial expansion, including the Louisiana Purchase, the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and Manifest Destiny; Lesson 29: The New Frontier, pp ; Lesson 30: Life in the Northwest Territory, pp ; Lesson 33: Introducing The United States Expands, pp ; Lesson 34: Lewis and Clark Expedition, pp ; Lesson 36: The Erie Canal, pp ; Lesson 38: California Gold Rush, pp pps Lessons 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: American Expansion: Activity B: New Lands: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Activity A: The Lewis and Clark Expedition StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Trails West: Activity A: From Trade Routes to Trailheads: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: War With Mexico: Activity C: Spoils of Manifest Destiny

4 (E) identify the causes of the Civil War, including sectionalism, states' rights, and slavery, and the effects of the Civil War, including Reconstruction and the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the U.S. Constitution; Our Country's History Teacher's Guide: Lesson 41 Introducing Civil War and Change, pp ; Lesson 42 Underground Railroad, pp ; Lesson 43 Civil War Battles, pp pps Lessons 25, 26, 27 United States History Series (also at StrataLogica.com): Slavery Divides the Nation, Activity B: From Compromise to Conflict: United States History Series (also at StrataLogica.com): Slavery Divides the Nation, The Union and the Confederacy, Activity A: North vs South: Different Perspectives: United States History Series (also at StrataLogica.com): Slavery Divides the Nation, Activity B Patterns of Secession: (F) explain how industry and the mechanization of agriculture changed the American way of life; and Our Country's History Teacher's Guide: Lesson 44: Transcontinental Railroad, pp ; Lesson 45: Indians and Buffalo, pp ; Lesson 46: Orphan Trails, pp pps , Lessons 28, 30 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Railroads Transform the West: Activity: Railroads Link the Nation: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Resources Feed U.S. Industry: Activity: Mining Grows in the West: (G) identify the challenges, opportunities, and contributions of people from various American Indian and immigrant groups. Our Country's History Teacher's Guide: Lesson 30 Life in the Northwest Territory, pp ; Lesson 37 Trail of Tears, pp ; Lesson 44 Transcontinental Railroad, pp ; Lesson 45 Indians and Buffalo, pp ; Lesson 50 In Search of a Better Life, pp pps , 46 47, Lessons 21, 23, 29 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Indian Wars: Activity: Battles in the West: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Railroads Transform the West: Activity: Railroads Link the Nation: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Immigrants, :Activity: Why Immigrants Came:

5 (5.5) History. The student understands important issues, events, and individuals in the United States during the 20th and 21st centuries. (A) analyze various issues and events of the 20th century such as industrialization, urbanization, increased use of oil and gas, the Great Depression, the world wars, the civil rights movement, and military actions; Lesson 49 Introducing Modern America, pp ; Lesson 50 In Search of a Better Life, pp ; Lesson 51 World War II, pp ; Lesson 52 Civil Rights, pp pps Lessons StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: World War I in Europe: Activity: Western Front: (B) analyze various issues and events of the 21st century such as the War on Terror and the 2008 presidential election; and StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Great Depression and Dust Bowl: Activity: The Great Depression: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series:World War II in Europe, : Activity: Battles in Northern Europe: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: World War II in the Pacific, : Activity: Japanese Expansion: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: The Great Migration: Activity: Moving Toward Desegregation: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Persian Gulf War: Activity: War Strategy and Its Consequences: pps Lesson 36 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Immigrants Since 1970: Activity: Immigrants and Aliens:

6 (5.6) Geography. The student uses geographic tools to collect, analyze, and interpret data. (C) identify the accomplishments of individuals and groups such as Jane Addams, Susan B. Anthony, Dwight Eisenhower, Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Cesar Chavez, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, Colin Powell, the Tuskegee Airmen, and the 442nd Regimental Combat Team who have made contributions to society in the areas of civil rights, women's rights, military actions, and politics. (A) apply geographic tools, including grid systems, legends, symbols, scales, and compass roses, to construct and interpret maps; and (B) translate geographic data into a variety of formats such as raw data to graphs and maps. Lesson 49: Introducing Modern America, pp ; Lesson 50: In Search of a Better Life, pp ; Lesson 51: World War II, pp ; Lesson 52: Civil Rights, pp pps Lessons StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: World War I in Europe: Activity: Western Front: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Great Depression and Dust Bowl: Activity: The Great Depression: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: World War II in Europe, : Activity: Battles in Northern Europe: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: World War II in the Pacific, : Activity: Japanese Expansion: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: The Great Migration: Activity: Moving Toward Desegregation: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Persian Gulf War: Activity: War Strategy and Its Consequences: Our Country's History Teacher's Guide: Atlas, Map, and Globe Skills, pp pps , Lessons Lesson 10: The First Americans, pp ; Lesson 11: To the Indies, pp ; Lesson 14: Jamestown, pp ; Lesson 15: Timeline Three Worlds Meet; Lesson 18: Colonial Settlements, pp ; Lesson 20: Plantation Life, pp ; Lesson 30: Life in the Northwest Territory, pp ; Lesson 37: Trail of Tears, pp pps , Lessons 11-16

7 (5.7) Geography. The student (A) describe a variety of understands the concept of regions in the United States regions in the United States. such as political, population, and economic regions that result from patterns of human activity; Lesson 11: To the Indies, pp ; Lesson 19: The Thirteen Colonies, pp ; Lesson 29: The New Frontier, pp, ; Lesson 30: Life in the Northwest Territory, pp ; pps. 8 11, 19 29, 32, 36 37, 40 41, 48, 50, 60, 71 Lessons 4, 5, 9, 10 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 25, 30, 35 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Native Americans: Activity: The Farmers: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Railroads Transform the West: Activity: The Growing Cattle Kingdom: (B) describe a variety of regions in the United States such as landform, climate, and vegetation regions that result from physical characteristics such as the Great Plains, Rocky Mountains, and Coastal Plains; StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Mining, Industry, and Labor: Activity: Mining Grows in the West: Lesson 10: The First Americans, pp ; Lesson 13: Coronado, pp ; Lesson 18: Colonial Settlements, pp ; Lesson 34: Lewis and Clark Expedition, pp ; Lesson 36: The Erie Canal, pp ; Lesson 38: California Gold Rush, pp ; Lesson 44: Transcontinental Railroad, pp pps. 49, Lesson 24 United States History Series (also at StrataLogica.com): Native Americans Activity: The Farmers United States History Series (also at StrataLogica.com): Explorations of the West Activity: Fremont Surveys the West United States History Series (also at StrataLogica.com): Trails West Activity: The Long Journey Overland Intermediate Physical Series describes the physical features of the United States and the World. StrataLogica functions can be used to have students describe key features.

8 (C) locate on a map important political features such as the Lesson 19: Plantation Life, pp ; ten largest urban areas in the United States, the 50 states and their capitals, and regions such as the Northeast, the Midwest, and the Southwest; and (D) locate on a map important physical features such as the Rocky Mountains, Mississippi River, and Great Plains. Lesson 30: Life in Northwest Territory, pp pps , 36, 37, 39, 41, 48, 52, 70, 74 75, Lessons 12 14, 18, 19, 20, 24, 26, 35 Our Country's History Teacher's Guide: Lesson 29: The New Frontier, pp ; Lesson 34: Lewis and Clark Expedition, pp ; Lesson 36: The Erie Canal, pp ; Lesson 38: California Gold Rush, pp pps , 42 45, 48 49, Lessons 19, 21, 22, 24 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Explorations of the West: Activity: Fremont Surveys the West: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Trails West: Activity: The Long Journey Overland: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Great Depression and Dust Bowl: Activity: Drought and the Dust Bowl: Intermediate Physical Series describes the physical features of the United States and the World. StrataLogica functions can be used to have students describe key features. (5.8) Geography. The student (A) identify and describe the understands the location and types of settlement and patterns of settlement and the patterns of land use in the geographic factors that United States; influence where people live. Lesson 14: Jamestown, pp.61-64; Lesson 18: Colonial Settlements, pp ; Lesson 19: The Thirteen Colonies, pp ; Lesson 20: Plantation Life, pp ; Lesson 41: Introducing Civil War and Change, pp pps , 22, 25, 27, 29, 40, 41 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Native Americans: Activity: The Farmers: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Slavery and the Economy: Activity: North, South, and West in 1860: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: A Shifting Population: Activity: Regions of Loss:

9 (B) explain the geographic factors that influence patterns of settlement and the distribution of population in the United States, past and present; and Lesson 18: Colonial Settlements, pp ; Lesson 19: The Thirteen Colonies, pp ; Lesson 29: The New Frontier, pp ; Lesson 30: Life in the Northwest Territory, pp ; Lesson 36: The Erie Canal, pp StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Native Americans: Activity: The Farmers: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Immigrants, : Activity: Why Immigrants Came: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Great Depression and the Dust Bowl: Activity: Migration East and West: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: A Shifting Population: Activity: Regions of Loss: (C) analyze the reasons for the location of cities in the United States, including capital cities, and explain their distribution, past and present. Lesson 18: Colonial Settlements, pp ; Lesson 19 The Thirteen Colonies, pp ; Lesson 54 A Place Over Time, pp pps 24, 26, 28, 44 45, 60, 71 Lessons 12, 13, 14, 22, 30, 35 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Resources Feed U.S. Industry: Activity: Manufacturing Grows in the East: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: A Shifting Population: Activity: Growth in the Sun Belt: (5.9) Geography. The student understands how people adapt to and modify their environment. Lesson 36: The Erie Canal, pp ; Lesson 44: Transcontinental Railroad, pp pps. 25, 27, 29, 40 41, 44 45, 51, 56 57, 61 Lessons 12, 13, 14, 20, 22, 25, 28, 30 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Great Depression and Dust Bowl: Activity: Drought and the Dust Bowl: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: A Shifting Population: Activity: Growth in the Sun Belt:

10 (B) analyze the positive and negative consequences of human modification of the environment in the United States, past and present. Lesson 29: The New Frontier, pp ; Lesson 36: The Erie Canal, pp StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Native Americans: Activity: The Gatherers: (5.10) Economics. The student understands the basic economic patterns of early societies in the United States. (A) explain the economic patterns of early European colonists; and StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Slavery and the Economy: Activity: North, South, and West in 1860: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Great Depression and Dust Bowl: Activity: Drought and the Dust Bowl: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Activity: Growth in the Sun Belt: Lesson 14: Jamestown, pp ; Unit 2: Colonial America, pp pps Lessons 9 14 (5.11) Economics. The student understands the development, characteristics, and benefits of the free enterprise system in the United States. (B) identify major industries of colonial America. (A) describe the development of the free enterprise system in colonial America and the United States; StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Slavery in the Americas: Activities: The Economics of Slavery, Parts I and II: Lesson 14 Jamestown, pp ; Unit 2 Colonial America, pp pps Lessons 9 14 United States History Series (also at StrataLogica.com) Slavery in the Americas Activities: The Economics of Slavery, Parts I and II Turning Points in History: 1607 Jamestown, England s First Successful American Colony: Entire Lesson: Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trips: The Global Economy: Entire Lesson:

11 (B) describe how the free enterprise system works in the United States; and Basic Economic Concepts and Issues: Economics and the Economic Problem: Entire Lesson: (5.12) Economics. The student understands the impact of supply and demand on consumers and producers in a free enterprise system. (C) give examples of the benefits of the free enterprise system in the United States. (A) explain how supply and demand affects consumers in the United States; and Intelecom Video: Distinctions Between the Public and Private Sectors: Entire Lesson: Basic Economic Concepts and Issues: Economics and the Economic Problem: Entire Lesson: Intelecom Video: Revival of Belief in the Free Market: Entire Lesson: Lesson 22: Triangles of Trade, pp Lesson 15 page 31 (B) evaluate the effects of supply and demand on business, industry, and agriculture, including the plantation system, in the United States. Lesson 20: Plantation Life, pp ; Lesson 21: Indentured Servants and Slaves, pp ; Lesson 22: Triangles of Trade, pp StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Slavery in the Americas: Activities: The Economics of Slavery, Parts I and II: (5.13) Economics. The student understands patterns of work and economic activities in the United States. (A) compare how people in different parts of the United States earn a living, past and present; StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Slavery and the Economy: Activity: The Cotton Kingdom: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: The Great Migration: Activity: Moving to Cities: Lesson 18: Colonial Settlements, pp ; Lesson 20: Plantation Life, pp ; Lesson 35: Life in a Mill Town, pp ; Lesson 38: California Gold Rush, pp pps. 25, 27, 29, 40 41, 56, 57, 61 Lessons 12, 13, 14, 20, 28, 30

12 (B) identify and explain how geographic factors have influenced the location of economic activities in the United States; Lesson 18: Colonial Settlements, pp ; Lesson 20: Plantation Life, pp ; Lesson 36: The Erie Canal, pp ; Lesson 38: California Gold Rush, pp pps. 25, 27, 29, 40 41, 56, 57, 61 Lessons 12, 13, 14, 20, 28, 30 United States History Series (also at StrataLogica.com): Slavery and the Economy: Activity: The Cotton Kingdom: (C) analyze the effects of immigration, migration, and limited resources on the economic development and growth of the United States; Unit 2 Colonial America, pp ; Lesson 30: Life in the Northwest Territory, pp ; Lesson 35: Life in a Mill Town, pp ; Lesson 41: Introducing Civil War and Change, pp ; Lesson 44: Transcontinental Railroad, pp ; Lesson 50: In Search of a Better Life, pp (D) describe the impact of mass production, specialization, and division of labor on the economic growth of the United States; and pps. 25, 27, 29, 40 41, 56, 57, 61 Lessons 12, 13, 14, 20, 28, 30 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Resources Feed U.S. Industry: Activity: Manufacturing Grows in the East: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: The Great Migration: Activity: Moving to Cities: Lesson 35: Life in a Mill Town, pp pps , 51, StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Resources Feed U.S. Industry: Activity: Manufacturing Grows in the East: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: A Shifting Population: Activity: Growth in the Sun Belt:

13 (E) explain the impact of American ideas about progress and equality of opportunity on the economic development and growth of the United States. Lesson 52: Civil Rights, pp pps Lesson 34 StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Immigrants, : Activity: Why Immigrants Came: (5.14) Government. The student understands the organization of governments in colonial America. (A) identify and compare the systems of government of early European colonists, including representative government and monarchy; and Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trips: The Bill of Rights Entire Lesson: U.S. History Readers: Government in England, The Colonies, and Today Entire Lesson: (5.15) Government. The student understands important ideas in the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. (B) identify examples of representative government in the American colonies, including the Mayflower Compact and the Virginia House of Burgesses. Turning Points in U.S. History: The Virginia House of Burgesses Holds Its First Democratic Meeting Entire Lesson: Decision Making in U.S. History: Mayflower Compact, 1620 Entire Lesson: (A) identify the key elements and the purposes and explain Lesson 27: Declaring Independence, pp, the importance of the Declaration of Independence; page 34 Lesson 17 (B) explain the purposes of the U.S. Constitution as identified in the Preamble; and (C) explain the reasons for the creation of the Bill of Rights and its importance. pps Lesson 18 page 37 Lesson 18

14 (5.16) Government. The student understands the framework of government created by the U.S. Constitution of (A) identify and explain the basic functions of the three branches of government; Smart Songs: Three Branches Rap: Entire Lesson: U.S. History Readers: Three Branches of Government and How Laws Are Made: Entire Lesson: (B) identify the reasons for and describe the system of Power Basics: Checks and Balances: checks and balances outlined Entire Lesson: in the U.S. Constitution; and Government Activators: Checks and Balances: Entire Lesson: (5.17) Citizenship. The student understands important symbols, customs, celebrations, and landmarks that represent American beliefs and principles and contribute to our national identity. (C) distinguish between national and state governments and compare their responsibilities in the U.S. federal system. (A) explain various patriotic symbols, including Uncle Sam, and political symbols such as the donkey and elephant; (B) sing or recite "The Star- Spangled Banner" and explain its history; U.S History Readers: How Power was Divided: Entire Lesson: We the People (Level I): Lesson 16. How Did the Constitution Create a Federal System of Government?: Entire Lesson: Power Basics: Political Parties: Entire Lesson: Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trips: The War of 1812: Entire Lesson: Mini-lesson: "In God We Trust" Entire Lesson: (C) recite and explain the meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag; (D) describe the origins and significance of national celebrations such as Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Constitution Day, Columbus Day, and Veterans Day; and Smart Songs: Flag Rap: Entire Lesson: Turning Points in History Videos: 1776 The Declaration of Independence Entire Lesson:

15 (E) explain the significance of important landmarks, including the White House, the Statue of Liberty, and Mount Rushmore. (5.18) Citizenship. The (A) explain the duty student understands the importance of individual participation in the democratic process at the local, state, and national levels. individuals have to participate in civic affairs at the local, state, and national levels; and Freedom: A History of US: Yearning to Breathe Free: Entire Lesson: Smart Songs: Welcome to Washington Rap: Entire Lesson: We the People (Level II): How Might Citizens Participate in Civic Affairs?: Entire Lesson: Intelecom Video: Political Participation Impacts Health of the Nation: Entire Lesson: (5.19) Citizenship. The student understands the importance of effective leadership in a constitutional republic. (B) explain how to contact elected and appointed leaders in local, state, and national governments. (A) explain the contributions of the Founding Fathers to the development of the national government; (B) identify past and present leaders in the national government, including the president and various members of Congress, and their political parties; and (C) identify and compare leadership qualities of national leaders, past and present. Intelecom Video: The Right to Petition Government: Entire Lesson: We the People (Level III): What Is the Importance of Civic Engagement to American Constitutional Democracy?: Entire Lesson: Power Basics: The Founding Fathers: Entire Lesson: U.S. History Readers: Fifty-Five Men Meet to Write a Constitution: Entire Lesson: Power Basics: The Founding Fathers: Entire Lesson: U.S. History Readers: Fifty-Five Men Meet to Write a Constitution: Entire Lesson: Intelecom Video: 18th 20th century: Exponential Growth of the Presidency: Entire Lesson: Intelecom Video: : The Essence of Leadership: Entire Lesson:

16 (5.20) Citizenship. The (A) describe the fundamental student understands the rights guaranteed by each fundamental rights of amendment in the Bill of American citizens guaranteed Rights, including freedom of in the Bill of Rights and other religion, speech, and press; amendments to the U.S. the right to assemble and Constitution. petition the government; the right to keep and bear arms; the right to trial by jury; and the right to an attorney; and (B) describe various amendments to the U.S. Constitution such as those that extended voting rights of U.S. citizens. (5.21) Culture. The student understands the relationship between the arts and the times during which they were created. (A) identify significant examples of art, music, and literature from various periods in U.S. history such as the painting American Progress, "Yankee Doodle," and "Paul Revere's Ride"; and (B) explain how examples of art, music, and literature reflect the times during which they were created. Smart Songs: Bill of Rights Rap: Entire Lesson: Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trips: The Bill of Rights: Entire Lesson: We the People (Level II): How Has the Right to Vote Expanded Since the Constitution was Adopted?: Entire Lesson: Turning Points in History: 1872 Susan B. Anthony is Arrested for Voting: Entire Lesson: Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trips: Colonial Idol: Entire Lesson: Storyteller's Histories: King George A Sleepless Night before Revolution: Entire Lesson: Inclusive Social Studies: The Harlem Renaissance: Entire Lesson: Inclusive Social Studies: Giants of American Music: Entire Lesson: Document Based Activities: The Jungle: Entire Lesson: : Intelecom Video: The Depression and American Culture: Entire Lesson: (5.22) Culture. The student understands the contributions of people of various racial, ethnic, and religious groups to the United States. (A) identify the similarities and differences within and among various racial, ethnic, and religious groups in the United States; Lesson 19: The Thirteen Colonies, pp ; Lesson 50: In Search of a Better Life, pp pps. 23, 25, 27, 29 Lessons 11, 12, 13, 14

17 (B) describe customs and traditions of various racial, Human Geography: Making Sense of Planet Earth: Understanding Human Culture: Folk Culture: ethnic, and religious groups in Entire Lesson: the United States; and Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trips: Colonial Idol: Entire Lesson: (C) summarize the contributions of people of various racial, ethnic, and religious groups to our national identity. Lesson 52: Civil Rights, pp pps , 71 (5.23) Science, technology, and society. The student understands the impact of science and technology on society in the United States. (A) identify the accomplishments of notable individuals in the fields of science and technology, including Benjamin Franklin, Eli Whitney, John Deere, Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, George Washington Carver, the Wright Brothers, and Neil Armstrong; (B) identify how scientific discoveries, technological innovations, and the rapid growth of technology industries have advanced the economic development of the United States, including the transcontinental railroad and the space program; (C) explain how scientific discoveries and technological innovations in the fields of medicine, communication, and transportation have benefited individuals and society in the United States; and StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Thirteen Colonies: Activity: Religion in the Colonies: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: The Great Migration: Activity: Moving North and West: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Immigrants, Since 1970: Activity: Today's Top Immigrants Groups: The Nystrom Atlas of Our Country's History: pp. 40 Our Country's History Teacher's Guide: Lesson 44: Transcontinental Railroad, pp StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Slavery and the Economy: Activity: The Industrial Empire: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Railroads Transform the West: Activity: The West Fuels U.S. Industry: StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: A Shifting Population: Activity: Growth in the Sun Belt: Lesson 36: The Erie Canal, pp ; Lesson 44 Transcontinental Railroad, pp pps , 56 57, 61 Lessons 22, 28, 30

18 (D) predict how future scientific discoveries and technological innovations could affect society in the United States. Human Geography: Making Sense of Planet Earth: Confronting Future Challenges: The Anthropocene Era: Entire Lesson: Physical Geography: Making Sense of Planet Earth: Changing the Physical Landscape The Future: Entire Lesson: (5.24) Social Studies Skills. The student applies criticalthinking skills to organize and use information acquired from a variety of valid sources, including electronic technology. (A) differentiate between, locate, and use valid primary and secondary sources such as computer software; interviews; biographies; oral, print, and visual material; documents; and artifacts to acquire information about the United States; (B) analyze information by sequencing, categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect relationships, comparing, contrasting, finding the main idea, summarizing, making generalizations and predictions, and drawing inferences and conclusions; (C) organize and interpret information in outlines, reports, databases, and visuals, including graphs, charts, timelines, and maps; Lesson 30: Life in the Northwest Territory, pp., ; Lesson 50: In Search of a Better Life, pp StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Cold War: Activity: Cold War Perspectives: Lesson 15: Timeline Three Worlds Meet, pp ; Lesson 30: Life in the Northwest Territory, pp ; Lesson 50: In Search of a Better Life, pp pps , 50-51, Lesson 13: Coronado, pp ; Lesson 15: Timeline Three Worlds Meet, pp ; Lesson 25: Introducing A New Nation, pp pp. 4-5, 22-31, 55 Lessons 12, 13, 14, 28, 36 (D) identify different points of view about an issue, topic, or current event; and Lesson 30: Life in the Northwest Territory, pp ; Lesson 37: Trail of Tears. pp (E) identify the historical context of an event. StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Cold War: Activity: Cold War Perspectives: History's Mysteries: The Trail of Tears: Entire Lesson: History's Mysteries: New York City Draft Riots: Entire Lesson:

19 (5.25) Social Studies Skills. (A) use social studies The student communicates in terminology correctly; written, oral, and visual forms. Lesson 6: Using Latitude and Longitude on a Globe, pp ; Lesson 9: Introducing Three World Meet; Lesson 54 A Place Over Time, pp, pp , 18-19, 32-33, (B) incorporate main and supporting ideas in verbal and written communication; DBQ Writing Program (U.S. History: ): 5. Outlining and Planning the Essay Structure: Entire Lesson: DBQ Writing Program (U.S. History: ): 7. Writing and Linking Support Paragraphs: Entire Lesson: (C) express ideas orally based on research and experiences; Lesson 30: Life in the Northwest Territory, pp ; Lesson 37: Trail of Tears. pp (5.26) Social Studies Skills. The student uses problemsolving and decision- making skills, working independently and with others, in a variety of settings. (D) create written and visual material such as journal entries, reports, graphic organizers, outlines, and bibliographies; and (E) use standard grammar, spelling, sentence structure, and punctuation. (A) use a problem-solving process to identify a problem, gather information, list and consider options, consider advantages and disadvantages, choose and implement a solution, and evaluate the effectiveness of the solution; and (B) use a decision-making process to identify a situation that requires a decision, gather information, identify options, predict consequences, and take action to implement a decision. StrataLogica.com: United States History Series: Cold War: Activity: Cold War Perspectives: Lesson 15: Timeline Three Worlds Meet, pp ; Lesson 27: Declaring Independence, pp ; Lesson 34: Lewis and Clark Expedition, pp, StrataLogica Presentation: Writing captions: Lesson 37: Trail of Tears, pp ; Lesson 38: California Gold Rush, pp Lesson 37: Trail of Tears, pp ; Lesson 38: California Gold Rush, pp

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